January 25, 2019
IDFC Institute's Work on Regional Divergence is Quoted in the Harvard Economics Review
In a blog post of the Harvard Economics Review, CAFRAL's Sujan Bandyopadhyay and Anmol Agarwal quote our work on regional divergence.
August 20, 2018
Western India is leaving the eastern half behind
Seventy-one years after independence, the problem of how to address the country’s vast economic disparities remains
March 09, 2018
Vivek Dehejia speaks at Brown University on the political economy of federalism in India
Resident Senior Fellow, Vivek Dehejia, spoke at the Watson Institute at Brown University on "From the 'Idea of India' to the 'New Idea of India': The Political Economy of Federalism in India", in March 2018...
December 04, 2017
Where is the Indian Economy Headed in the Medium Term
Praveen Chakravarty in conversation with Arvind Subramanian, Chief Economic Advisor, after the release of Q2 GDP Data.
November 23, 2017
Catalonia’s lessons for India
The ongoing crisis in Catalonia region is a salutary reminder to India of what can go wrong when regional grievances are allowed to fester
October 09, 2017
Vivek Dehejia speaks at Johns Hopkins University on state-level inequality in India
Resident Senior Fellow, Vivek Dehejia, spoke at the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns University on 'State-level Inequality in India: Economics, Politics and Public Policy', in October 2017....
September 01, 2017
Work on State Divergence mentioned in The Economist article
Visiting Senior Fellow and Resident Senior Fellow, Praveen Chakravarty and Vivek Dehejia, were quoted in The Economist article for their work on the widening gap between the different states of India....
August 22, 2017
Lecture by Vivek Dehejia and Praveen Chakravarty on "The One Nation Fallacy in a 'New' India"
The ‘One Nation’ Fallacy in a ‘New’ India
August 17, 2017
India's Tax Reform
The GST Is an Important, Limited First Step
July 02, 2017
India’s ‘Simplified’ Tax Scheme is Anything but Simple
Twenty-nine states are now working under the same, centralised Goods and Services Tax, but most seem ill-prepared for the tidal wave of economic disorder it seems likely to bring